LOS ANGELES, Dec 23 (Reuters) - Toyota has agreed to pay $10 million to settle the lawsuit brought by the family of a California state trooper and three relatives whose fatal car wreck helped spark the automaker's wide-ranging safety recall. The amount of the settlement, reached in September, initially was undisclosed, but a San Diego Superior Court judge on Monday denied a motion by the two sides to keep the sum confidential, and two lawyers connected with the case revealed the amount on ...
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